There's not much I can say about FIGHT CLUB that hasn't been said already (besides I'm not supposed to talk about it -first rule of FC and all) It's one of those books on... Read morePublished on Oct. 1 2011 by Buggy
I haven't seen the movie so all that I can comment on is the book. I was expecting a screed against consumerism and instead I got a mediocre psychological thriller. Read morePublished on Aug. 13 2011 by Daffy Bibliophile
I think this post will just be a review of endless gushing. I read this book after growing helplessly attached to the movie. Edward Norton. Everything, it was just so different. Read morePublished on Nov. 23 2010 by C. Dey
There's plenty of reviews out there so let's make this quick.
Clearly, this book speaks to young men because of it's excessive use of violence and Tyler's 'devil may... Read more
A psychological thriller with overt critique on consumerism and wasteful spending, as well as the meaning of being a man in a "generation of men raised by women". Read morePublished on Nov. 20 2009 by ninefly